Luxury Manhattan Penthouse at 277 Fifth Avenue Features Expansive Loggia

January 10, 2020— 277 Fifth Avenue, the tallest building on Manhattan’s iconic Fifth Avenue, just launched its first penthouse. Listed for $24 million, Penthouse 54 is an expansive 4,520-square-foot...

January 10, 2020— 277 Fifth Avenue, the tallest building on Manhattan’s iconic Fifth Avenue, just launched its first penthouse. Listed for $24 million, Penthouse 54 is an expansive 4,520-square-foot space, designed by interior architect Jeffrey Beers of Jeffrey Beers International. The 4-bed, 4.5-bath residence boasts nearly 14-foot, gallery-style ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows.

Styled by Hadas Dembo of Mise en Scène, the space’s interiors elicit an art gallery aesthetic, with rare furniture and décor, including reupholstered Joaquim Tenreiro chairs, Jose Zanine Caldas seats, clay-like Rogan Gregory light fixtures, Ed Moses painting and several Wendell Castle pieces.

The gem of the residence is its expansive, 780-square-foot loggia. The sheltered, open-air balcony is thoughtfully carved into the building’s corners and offers true panoramic views of Manhattan’s most iconic landmarks, like the Empire State Building, One World Trade and more.

The 130-unit luxury condominium was designed by starchitect Rafael Viñoly and developed as a joint venture between Victor Group and Lendlease. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is the exclusive sales and marketing team for the building.

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